pay date for december 2010

#1
Does anyone know the pay date for december 2010.I'm fully aware that it is the last working day of the month which would be the 31st of december(new years eve).Or is the money paid in advance when you break up for christmas.Any help would be greatly appreciated as i need to juggle my finances for the festive period.THX
 
#3
Does anyone know the pay date for december 2010.I'm fully aware that it is the last working day of the month which would be the 31st of december(new years eve).Or is the money paid in advance when you break up for christmas.Any help would be greatly appreciated as i need to juggle my finances for the festive period.THX
My bold, an excellent example of a pointless thread as you have answered your own question.
 
#5
Does anyone know the pay date for december 2010.I'm fully aware that it is the last working day of the month which would be the 31st of december(new years eve).Or is the money paid in advance when you break up for christmas.Any help would be greatly appreciated as i need to juggle my finances for the festive period.THX
Go to your RAO ask for a form APR001 and complete with this date, send of to APC for early payment. :)
 
#6
We get paid on Christmas Eve again this year. This is so you can do any last minute shopping that you need and so you can go out on the piss afterwards. APC know that everyone's a bit skint at this time of year, plus we're all on leave and will be wanting to get out on the smash every night.
 
#8
Have you requested your annual Christmas bonus? It's a tax free £50 from the MoD applied for through JPA. This is to make up for having to get through Christmas on your normal pay and having to wait until the 31st to get paid. Speak to your RAO for details.
 
#9
ooooh is that in the expenses menu?

I'll have a quick look
 
#11
This has gone up earlier than last year, at least last year they were asking in December, not November !!

(It's the last working day of every month in case you didn't realise)
 
#12
I thought the tax free christmas bonus of £50 had been increased to £55 for this year ?
No didnt you hear about the pay freeze :)

Go easy on him though its his first Christmas in the Army and going through training...............he's an old lad joined up late and still never experienced the delights of GUNFIRE ( a nice wee drink offered by your seniors at Christmas before you ask Wil)

And no the Army deliberately dont pay till last working day in December so you have plenty of money for New years Eve p*ss up.
 

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#15
hmm i think i do actually remember getting paid before christmas a couple of times but that was way before this jpa gubbins came in, so fuk knows now.
I remember getting paid weekly in cash.

Deft, bight, deft, bight, deft, bight. Halt. Salute 2, 3. Place beret on table.

£12.36p count it!

(fumble fumble) Pay correct, Sir.

Replace head dress.

About turn! Deft, bight, deft, bight, deft, bight...

Oi! You! Come here! Right lets see you have to pay for Troop photo, Troop sweatshirt, stable belt, Troop fund, Christmas fund, Cpl Smith's leaving do, Squadron smoker, damages to...

Can't buy much beer with £2.50
 
#16
Have you requested your annual Christmas bonus? It's a tax free £50 from the MoD applied for through JPA. This is to make up for having to get through Christmas on your normal pay and having to wait until the 31st to get paid. Speak to your RAO for details.
The xmas bonus is being paid early this year. It should be available to all on about the 23rd/24th. There is no need to go to your RAO/RAWO for the APR001 as the money is available on your ID card. As with all other bonuses and alongside the 'hardship' payment that can be accessed in emergencies just pop your MOD 90 into your own banks cash machine and type in your last 4. You should be presented with a choice 'hardship' or 'xmas'. The hardship should give you a days wages so that you don't get charged for vagrancy by the rozzers etc and will be taken from next months pay run. The 'xmas' option will give you the £55 bonus, this is only tax free to those who have served in the stan during the last 6 months. It should give you about £45 in your hand, obviously there will be a few pennies left in there but this can be claimed via JPA or using the APR001 Annex B where it will be added to your next pay run. Enjoy!
 
#17
Oh ffs zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
 
#18
Jesus christ. The same topic every single year. You always get paid on the last working day of the month! Thats it, simples!!

The only diffrence being some banks on bank holiday mondays seem to have the pay in on a Saturday.
 

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